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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Ok, So I understand the basics of it, but I need to make a stringregExp to find "RUNNING" or "STOPPED" or "PAUSED" from:

SERVICE_NAME: FTP to Inbox

TYPE : 10 WIN32_OWN_PROCESS

STATE : 4 RUNNING

(STOPPABLE,PAUSABLE,ACCEPTS_SHUTDOWN)

WIN32_EXIT_CODE : 0 (0x0)

SERVICE_EXIT_CODE : 0 (0x0)

CHECKPOINT : 0x0

WAIT_HINT : 0x0

So what ever is after STATE : 4..

Can someone tell me how to do this and hopefully explain it?

Thanks

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Ok, So I understand the basics of it, but I need to make a stringregExp to find "RUNNING" or "STOPPED" or "PAUSED" from:

SERVICE_NAME: FTP to Inbox

TYPE : 10 WIN32_OWN_PROCESS

STATE : 4 RUNNING

(STOPPABLE,PAUSABLE,ACCEPTS_SHUTDOWN)

WIN32_EXIT_CODE : 0 (0x0)

SERVICE_EXIT_CODE : 0 (0x0)

CHECKPOINT : 0x0

WAIT_HINT : 0x0

So what ever is after STATE : 4..

Can someone tell me how to do this and hopefully explain it?

Thanks

This will get what I think you need. The reason I left the 4 in the string is because I'm reasonably sure that the number changes with different states.

$srx = StringRegExp("STATE : 4 RUNNING", "(?i)[^STATE : ] .*", 1)
$Out = $srx[0]
Will return "4 RUNNING"

Of course there is a _Service_GetState() function here

http://dundats.mvps.org/AutoIt/udf_code.aspx?udf=services

Edited by GEOSoft

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This will get what I think you need. The reason I left the 4 in the string is because I'm reasonably sure that the number changes with different states.

$srx = StringRegExp("STATE : 4 RUNNING", "(?i)[^STATE : ] .*", 1)
 $Out = $srx[0]
Will return "4 RUNNING"

Of course there is a _Service_GetState() function here

http://dundats.mvps.org/AutoIt/udf_code.aspx?udf=services

Hi,

I would prefer using a neutral function. This regex pattern ist only valid on English PCs.

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Thanks for all the help!

I have another quick one:

The output is:

CODE

JOB

----------

WHAT

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

289

dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_BBS_CE_LST"');

530

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(351, 10000);

529

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(1, 350);

JOB

----------

WHAT

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

221

dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_SMS_BILL_UNIT"');

141

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(10001, 51000);

533

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(55001, 60000);

And I need to capture the number above each IFACT line, so for example from:

530

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(351, 10000);

I need to capture 530 in its own array as well as 351 and 10000 in their own seperate arrays, they would be named $Jobs $RangeS $RangeE . . As you can see the ranges varry in length. Also I do not need the numbers above the dbms lines.

Thanks for all the help guys!!

P.S. (If anyone could explain to me how StringRegExp works, I wouldn't have to keep asking muttley The help file is quite vague..

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks for all the help!

I have another quick one:

The output is:

CODE

JOB

----------

WHAT

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

289

dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_BBS_CE_LST"');

530

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(351, 10000);

529

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(1, 350);

JOB

----------

WHAT

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

221

dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_SMS_BILL_UNIT"');

141

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(10001, 51000);

533

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(55001, 60000);

And I need to capture the number above each IFACT line, so for example from:

530

IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(351, 10000);

I need to capture 530 in its own array as well as 351 and 10000 in their own seperate arrays, they would be named $Jobs $RangeS $RangeE . . As you can see the ranges varry in length. Also I do not need the numbers above the dbms lines.

Thanks for all the help guys!!

P.S. (If anyone could explain to me how StringRegExp works, I wouldn't have to keep asking muttley The help file is quite vague..

And you tried???

No one can "just explain" how regexp works. It's up to you as the individual that wants to use it to figure it out.

There are many tutorials on the net, read one (AutoIt uses the PCRE engine for its regular expressions).

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&cli...ial&spell=1

$a_sre = StringRegExp($s_text, "(?s)(\d+)\s*\r\nIFACT\.", 3)
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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

And you tried???

No one can "just explain" how regexp works. It's up to you as the individual that wants to use it to figure it out.

There are many tutorials on the net, read one (AutoIt uses the PCRE engine for its regular expressions).

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&cli...ial&spell=1

$a_sre = StringRegExp($s_text, "(?s)(\d+)\s*\r\nIFACT\.", 3)
Thanks for the reply. I did give it a shot before asking.. What I came up with was

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?:'('{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:','{1})')

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?:','{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:')'{1})')

For the Ranges.. They didn't work :( and As far as the job number goes I wasn't able to get it to get the ones that are above the IFACT lines only..

Thanks for your StringRegExp.. I will give it a shot.

P.S. The tutorials you linked were quite helpful!

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Thanks for the reply. I did give it a shot before asking.. What I came up with was

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?muttley'{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:','{1})')

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?:','{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:')'{1})')

For the Ranges.. They didn't work :) and As far as the job number goes I wasn't able to get it to get the ones that are above the IFACT lines only..

Thanks for your StringRegExp.. I will give it a shot.

P.S. The tutorials you linked were quite helpful!

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You couldn't even run those attempts through scite, they are syntactically incorrect, so you wouldn't even know if the expressions were right or wrong :( .

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Unfortunatly the StringRegExp you Provided came up with no results :(

You said earlier that :

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?:'('{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:','{1})',1)

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?:','{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:')'{1})',1)

Were not syntactically correct.. What did I do wrong? I would like to know for future reference..

Thanks again for spending the time to help me out!

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Unfortunatly the StringRegExp you Provided came up with no results :)

You said earlier that :

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?muttley'{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:','{1})',1)

StringRegExp($Jobs,'(?:','{1})([0-9]{1,})(?:')'{1})',1)

Were not syntactically correct.. What did I do wrong? I would like to know for future reference..

Thanks again for spending the time to help me out!

1. I copied the data you provided, and used that as $s_text, and it worked fine (the regular expression). If the data is different, and you were trying to just provide a luke example, it doesn't plug and play like you want when doing that... you actually have to make the corrections yourself in that situation.

2. Copy the StringRegExp you have there into scite, you'll see the issues.

When you concat strings, you must use an ampersand. But there is no need to concat here.

"(?:({1}) makes no sense, 1 what? Unless you are actually trying to find a parenthesis.

"(?:\({1})(\d+)(?:,{1})" is roughly what I see from what you have up there. Note I don't have single quotes in there.


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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

After seeing your example, I see that it isn't the text above IFACT you want, it the text in the parenthesis.

This will only get the data from the parenthesis to the comma:

#include <array.au3>
$s_text = ClipGet()
$a_sre = StringRegExp($s_text, "(?s)IFACT.+?\((\d+)\D", 3)
_ArrayDisplay($a_sre)

If you want both numbers in the parethesis it will look something like:

#include <array.au3>
$s_text = ClipGet()
$a_sre = StringRegExp($s_text, "(?s)IFACT.+?\((\d+),\s*(\d+)\)", 3)
_ArrayDisplay($a_sre)
For $i = 0 To UBound($a_sre) - 1 Step 2
    MsgBox(0, $i, "(" & $a_sre[$i] & ", " & $a_sre[$i + 1] & ")")
Next
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$a_sre = StringRegExp($s_text, "(?s)(\d+)\s*\r\nIFACT\.", 3)
Hi, can I ask a favor? You did this before so can you please do it again? Can you break it down and explain what's going on in that pattern?

Thank you much. muttley

P.S.

I took your advice and still learning RegEx, an explanation here will help.


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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

hello,

So I tried the following with no luck:

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c echo select job, what from all_jobs; | sqlplus -s ****/*****@**** > Jobs.txt")
             $pathJ = FileOpen("Jobs.txt",0)
             While True
                 $LineJ = FileReadLine($PathJ)
                 If @error = -1 Then
                     ExitLoop
                 EndIf
                 $a_sre = StringRegExp($LineJ, "(?i)[^IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc] .", 3)
                if @error = 0 Then
                    $a_sreJ[$count] = $a_sre[0]
                EndIf
                WEnd
                _ArrayDisplay($a_sreJ)

All it gave me was "1 row selected."

Any Ideas why?

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I figured it out..

What I ended up using is modying the query so the output looks like:

CODE

JOB WHAT

----- ------------------------------------------------------------

301 IFACT.TMP_OTPT_EXTRACT_PROC;

381 begin

ogw_refresh_ogw_cgw_device;

ogw_refresh_ogw_ts100_device;

end;

289 dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_BBS_CE_LST"');

530 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(351, 10000);

529 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(1, 350);

221 dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_SMS_BILL_UNIT"');

141 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(10001, 51000);

JOB WHAT

----- ------------------------------------------------------------

533 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(55001, 60000);

532 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(51001, 55000);

241 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(60001, 65000);

281 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(65001, 999999999);

11 rows selected.

I then used the following StringReg

$pathJ = FileOpen("Jobs.txt",0)
             While True
                 $LineJ = FileReadLine($PathJ)
                 If @error = -1 Then
                     ExitLoop
                 EndIf
                 $a_sre = StringRegExp($LineJ, "([0-9]{1,})(?:\s{1,})(?:IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc\W)([0-9]{1,})(?:, )([0-9]{1,})", 3)
                if @error = 0 Then
                    $Job[$count] = $a_sre[0]
                    $RangeS[$count] = $a_sre[1]
                    $RangeE[$count] = $a_sre[2]
                EndIf
                $count = $count + 1
                WEnd

Again thanks for everyones help! muttley

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I figured it out..

What I ended up using is modying the query so the output looks like:

CODE

JOB WHAT

----- ------------------------------------------------------------

301 IFACT.TMP_OTPT_EXTRACT_PROC;

381 begin

ogw_refresh_ogw_cgw_device;

ogw_refresh_ogw_ts100_device;

end;

289 dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_BBS_CE_LST"');

530 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(351, 10000);

529 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(1, 350);

221 dbms_refresh.refresh('"IFACT"."MV_SMS_BILL_UNIT"');

141 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(10001, 51000);

JOB WHAT

----- ------------------------------------------------------------

533 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(55001, 60000);

532 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(51001, 55000);

241 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(60001, 65000);

281 IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc(65001, 999999999);

11 rows selected.

I then used the following StringReg

$pathJ = FileOpen("Jobs.txt",0)
             While True
                 $LineJ = FileReadLine($PathJ)
                 If @error = -1 Then
                     ExitLoop
                 EndIf
                 $a_sre = StringRegExp($LineJ, "([0-9]{1,})(?:\s{1,})(?:IFACT.Call_Rollup_Pkg.Call_Rollup_Proc\W)([0-9]{1,})(?:, )([0-9]{1,})", 3)
                if @error = 0 Then
                    $Job[$count] = $a_sre[0]
                    $RangeS[$count] = $a_sre[1]
                    $RangeE[$count] = $a_sre[2]
                EndIf
                $count = $count + 1
                WEnd

Again thanks for everyones help! muttley

It's good that you have it working but you can speed it up by not using FileReadLine(). Read the file to an array with _FileReadToArray() instead and then loop through the array using your RegEx.

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It's good that you have it working but you can speed it up by not using FileReadLine(). Read the file to an array with _FileReadToArray() instead and then loop through the array using your RegEx.

I tried that and my array kept coming up empty, so I just went to filereadline. Im sure I was doing something wrong

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It's good that you have it working but you can speed it up by not using FileReadLine(). Read the file to an array with _FileReadToArray() instead and then loop through the array using your RegEx.

There's a weird thing going on with _FileReadToArray(). If I cut something from a post in this forum, paste it on Notepad and save it as .txt file, _FileReadToArray() comes out empty. But if I typed the same thing manually, _FileReadToArray() comes up with a full array.

I wonder what's going on.


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There's a weird thing going on with _FileReadToArray(). If I cut something from a post in this forum, paste it on Notepad and save it as .txt file, _FileReadToArray() comes out empty. But if I typed the same thing manually, _FileReadToArray() comes up with a full array.

I wonder what's going on.

An actual example would help.

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#19 ·  Posted (edited)

An actual example would help.

I can't seem to find the post but I still have the text file.

EDIT:

Also this is the code I used to test it and it comes blank.

#include <File.au3>
#include <Array.au3>

$file = @DesktopDir & "\ip.txt"

Dim $aIP
_FileReadToArray($file, $aIP)

_ArrayDisplay($aIP, "IP List")

ip.txt

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I can't seem to find the post but I still have the text file.

EDIT:

Also this is the code I used to test it and it comes blank.

#include <File.au3>
#include <Array.au3>

$file = @DesktopDir & "\ip.txt"

Dim $aIP
_FileReadToArray($file, $aIP)

_ArrayDisplay($aIP, "IP List")
I have ran into small glitches like that, for example in my stringreg, where I have that IFACT.... part, I copied that from my output file, and it didnt work, So I then Typed the EXACT same thing in, and it worked ... muttley

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